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him quit singing. >>> the super bowl. from beyonce to blackout. the good, bad and viral moments of super bowl xlvii. >> keep it right here america, "nightline >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with juju chang. >> good evening, everyone i'm juju chang. tonight the harrowing standoff that captivated the nation ends in relief as the kidnapped five-year-old boy is rescued from the underground bunker where he was held hostage for seven grueling days. president obama praised the fbi on the daring raid that safely freed the little boy. with the details still unfolding we would like to welcome gio benitez to the broadcast for the first time with the latest from midland, alabama. >> reporter: a happy ending in alabama where the boy kidnapped from a school bus is safe. a new picture of five-year-old ethan. >> i have been to the hospital. i have visited with ethan. he is doing fine. he's laughing, joking, playing, eating. the things that you would expect a normal five to six-year-old young man to do. >> reporter: the suspect, 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes is dead. abc news learned
at the super bowl. was it beyonce's electrifying halftime show that knocked out the lights? abc's matt gutman is here with a closer look at how it all went down. >> reporter: well, beyonce may have killed it. she didn't cause the blackout. the utility company had been concerned about decay in the electrical feeders powering the superdome three months ago. and this morning, the ravens set to start their ticker tape parade in a couple of hours. there's one more mystery afoot. overnight, triumphant and tired, the ravens brought that vince lombardi trophy home to jubilant baltimore. the trophy that has been kissed, coddled by so many. >> we thought we lost it. >> reporter: the trophy didn't make it to the super bowl party. it was located monday. maybe all of the sets of fingerprints helped track it down. then, there's sunday night's other whodunit. two minutes into the second half. >> one flick of the light switch and we lost power. >> reporter: the game stopped. players perplexed. "60 minute" cameras caught it all from the control room. john harbaugh, furious. a near record 108 million americans
beyonce was holding throughout the week where there may have been problems. one of the questions raised by boomer esiason, a cbs analyst. he was doing some radio analysis during the game in the superdome when the lights went out. today on his radio show called "boomer & carton" he raised the issue, saying what it was like when the power went out but then he talked about what he heard about beyonce's rehearsals during the week. take a listen. >> the interesting thing is that five or six minutes prior to the breaker going, our radio booth was up on the seventh floor, almost at the ceiling of the dome. >> right. >> and kevin says to me, man, do you hear that buzzing? i took my headset off and there was like this electrical buzz sound coming from the ceiling and this was after halftime, after beyonce -- by the way, beyonce blew the electric in the superdome twice i'm told. >> oh, is that right? >> during her rehearsals. >> now we tried to reach representatives for beyonce for comment on those remarks and just anything that they might be able to say about the power outage. we have not heard
. >>> beyonce, we'll tell you why she's smiling in this video. >>> but first, now the guy behind the manti te'o scandal is now recreating the voice. is it really him? abc's linsey davis consulted some experts. in an exclusive interview with dr. phil, ronaiah tuiasosopo not only admits that he was the mastermind behind the manti te'o girlfriend hoax. but he watched as this 22-year-old man goes behind this privacy screen and transforms his voice into the fictitious female character he created. here's the original and here's ronaiah tuiasosopo's version. according to dr. phil's voice print experts. the first recordings behind the screen pointed toward a match. but dr. phil was still skeptical. again, here's a different voice mail. >> i don't know who answered your phone. and i don't care. >> reporter: here's ronaiah tuiasosopo's version. >> i don't know who answered your phone and i don't care. >> reporter: while dr. phil said that all three experts confirmed that his voice matched the voice on the voice mail. we asked our own expert. >> from the three voice mails that have been released there r
not to tear up, dan? >> yes, i'm already tearing up. she is very, very cute. >> beyonce will be storming the stage at halftime. everyone will be paying close attention given what happened on inauguration day. we'll tell you why she's smiling in this video. >>> but first, the guy behind the manti te'o hoax is now re-creating the voice. but, is it really him? abc's linsey davis consulted some experts. >> can't express how sorry i am towards manti and his family. >> reporter: in an exclusive interview with dr. phil, ronaiah tuiasosopo not only admits that he was the mastermind behind the manti te'o girlfriend hoax. but he watched as this big, burly 22-year-old man goes behind this privacy screen and allegedly transforms his voice into what sounds like the fictitious female character he created. here's the original voice. >> i'm just calling to say good night and i love you. >> reporter: and here's ronaiah tuiasosopo's version. >> i'm just calling to say good night and i love you. >> reporter: according to dr. phil's voice print experts, the first recordings behind the screen pointed toward
. the show is just getting bigger when you have half-time acts like beyonce. you're going to draw a lot of women. there's that. but women who understand football more than most people think they do. certainly us football moms whose kids play on fright night lights and all kind of things they know about the game coming from pop warner and you lace the cleats and we know things. so, i think a bigger interest just because the game is so much bigger now. but, you know, everyone watches the super bowl and there's so many fun things for everyone and kids included. it's a family event. >> the women, oh, they just watch to please their husbands or their boyfriends. you don't buy that, do you? >> well, listen, i have to say that it is sometimes nice to know a couple things about the game. you don't want to scream home run during the game. there's certain things you want to do. listen, my husband loves to watch football with me, but i think it's important that you kind of get into something that your man is into. it doesn't mean you have to. i'm sorry, i'm struggling with crazy new orleans wind.
! >> reporter: the blackout came minutes after beyonce's high-wattage halftime show. but the nfl says that production ran on its own generator. >> i know it's been out there to say that beyonce's halftime show had something to do with it. that is not the case from anything we have at this point. >> reporter: so how did it happen? stadium officials say a substation detected an abnormality and automatically cut power. but they know little beyond that. >> because of the blackout, because the game pressed into prime time, people checked to see if the game was over and it wasn't, and it was a close one, so they stayed and watched. >> reporter: the outage lit up social media. at one point, 4,000 tweets a second. 108 million viewers, making it the third-most watched program ever. as the super bowl signs came down today, the big easy has its sight set on hosting again in 2018. >> it will end up being something funny, it will end up being something we remember. but as far as a black mark to keep people from this kind of convenience in this weather? >> reporter: for its part, the nfl says what
's big move. >>> what is next for beyonce after her super bowl performance. "the skinny" is next.bñ?xús1@ú? ♪ skinny so skinny >> skinny in the house! >> no need for an introduction. the skinny is in his house. we are starting out with chris christie, made his first appearance on david letterman. kind of hilarious. talking about his favorite jokes. he read them, pretty good. are we going to hear them first? maybe? >> there he is. yeah, went on. >> he went on. and he had a great time. he told david letterman. his plumpness is fair game. he has no problem with it. he is obese. the man is a big man. >> not much chair left. >> right. and he probably should, should not be, you know, eating doughnuts on late night. anyway, that's what he did. he was having a good time. anyway take a listen. >> celebrity birthday today, chris christie turned 50. he blew out the candles on his cake and he wished for another cake. >> i made jokes about you not just one or two. not just ongoing here and there, intermittent. >> the cool part that he can joke about it. he takes it in stride, which is cool. >> als
live to new orleans where some people are saying it happened twice during beyonce's rehearsal. so, were warning signs missed? but we'll begin with dramatic new details in that hostage situation in alabama. gabe gutierrez is in midland city once again this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. law enforcement official tells nbc news that the fbi somehow managed to get a secret camera inside that bunker and that's how they decided to move in. a dramatic end to a six-day standoff. in alabama monday, a federal hostage team stormed an underground bunker, where this man, 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes, was holding a 5-year-old, known only as ethan, captive. >> very special child. he has been through a lot. he has endured a lot. by the grace of god, you know, he's okay. >> reporter: the two spent 143 hours in the underground shelter, stocked with supplies. law enforcement officials watching closely every minute from the ground and the air, using small, unmanned aircraft. based on sketches from a neighbor who says he was once inside dykes' bunker, we now know the shelter had a hatch an
that beyonce's rehearsal tripped the power during the week before the super bowl? >> reporter: those are anecdotal accounts, wolf, that we got yesterday and today on the ground. we heard from cbs analyst, boomer ee psy a san, out of new york that he heard the same thing. we've been pestering people. nobody has said anything about this. we're checking it out now. the nfl does promise us an answer on this soon. maybe they're investigating that as well. >> brian todd investigating himself in new orleans for all of us, doing excellent work as he always does. brian, thank you. >>> we're also learning new details about yesterday's dramatic new rescue of a boy who had been kidnapped and held in an underground bunker for a week. the rescue involved a secret camera and an fbi special rescue team. martin savidge is joining us. martin, what have you learned? >> reporter: wolf, authorities still are not allowing the media any access to where the rescue took place or the bunker where the little boy was held for a week. they're citing that's still the crime scene. they also say there are other exp
show featuring beyonce have shorted out a system in the building? he says no. quote, the halftime show was running on 100% of generated power. which means it was not on our power grid at all. and cnn has tried to reach beyonce's representatives to see if they've got anything to say about the power outage last night at the superdome and we've not heard back from them. wolf. >> brian, so hoch damage has this done to new orleans chances of getting the super bowl back in new orleans one of these days? >> reporter: it's been a huge worry here, wolf. the mayor has called this an embarrassing moment for the city. a lot of city officials and others around here are saying it was an embarrassing moment for them. but the commissioner of the nfl, roger goodell, he was asked about that today. he said, look, we want the superdome to host events. they want the super bowl to be back at the superdome. they want it back in new orleans. so he's indicating, the commissioner of the nfl, indicating at least now that they do want the super bowl back in this city, wolf. >> i hope it will be. i hope this doesn
-- zero. that's what beyonce is earning, or isn't, for her performance sunday. not a dime. while the nfl covers production costs of putting on the show for the star, there's no check in the mail. yeah, so what's the production cost? those can add up. that can be private air fare to get here, transportation for all the singers, hotels, meals, bringing in the speakers, that can reach a couple of hundred thousand dollars. that said, beyonce's probably not worried about not getting a paycheck for this. >> probably going to be okay i think. i'm going to go out on a limb. i'm more comfortable predicting that than i would be the outcome of the game. >> reporter: me, too. good call, girlfriend. >> you know, the super bowl starts at the same time that i start nightly news tomorrow. i'm starting a campaign, asking everyone to dvr the game and watch me live. >> i think you know what i'll be watching. >> how do you think that's going to work out? >> i think it's working really well. you don't want to see the first half-hour. come on. learn what's going on in the world first. >> just fast forward. >>
an invite, plan on an average of 17 attendees. and then there's this number. zero. that's what beyonce' is earning or isn't for her performance sunday. not a dime. while the nfl coverage production costs of putting on the show for the star, there's no check in the mail. so i'm thinking beyonce' is probably okay without that paycheck. but let's talk about production expenses. that sounds so innocuous. what is that? that can be hundreds of thousands of dollars. everything from the private jet to get beyonce' here to the hotel to haul her people, to setting up the stage, the production equipment. it can run several hundred thousand dollars. so to say that she's not being paid is technically true but the expenses are all covered, alex. >> oh, yeah. do you know how much money she's going to make when people listen to her and think i've got to go get a beyonce' album or download songs. >> reporter: absolutely. right over to itunes and into her pocket. >> absolutely. have fun. looks like you are. thanks for the stats. >>> in today's office politics we bring you a best of edition featuring nbc
. but there is the halftime show, and that sort of matters, beyonce will be performing this year and we also have a gallery of the best and worst halftime performances, and of course, the other big nonfootball thing that everybody loves is the commercials and@cnn.com/super bowl we have some of those to preview. you can check them out before they go on tv on sunday. so we've covered commercials, the halftime show, we've covered food. there's one other thing that most people will probably watch, too. it's the puppy bowl. we've got a little thing on here where you can preview the puppies that will be competing this year. don't miss that because it's puppies. it's puppies and you know what in if you're not into that and not into all the other aspects of the game but still being dragged out to this party, we also have an article that will tell you how not to be a jerk at somebody's house just because you don't like things that are fun doesn't mean you have to ruin everybody else's fun. all of that can be fou found@cnn.com/super bowl. we'll have ingame analysis from our friends at bleacher report. check it out.
, george clooney, jay-z, beyonce, lee nar dough decap trio, salma hayek, alec baldwin but can hollywood heavyweights help change votes. politics has been inescapable. shows lying political van malls, veep, the good wife, house of cards, 1600 penn, and one of the earliest and best, maybe the best of them all, "west wing." >> apparently i have arranged for an honor guard for somebody. >> yes, sir, i'm sorry. >> no, no. just tell me, is there anything else i've arranged for? we're still in nato, arranged f? we're still in nato, right? >> yes, sir. >> what's going on? >> a homeless man died last night, a korean war veteran who was wearing the coat i gave to the goodwill. it had my card in it. a lance corporal, united states marine corps. >> if we start pulling strings like this, you don't think every homeless veteran will come out of the woodwork? >> that's great. here he is now, the emmy award-winning actor. the great thing about west wing was it was romantic, positive and everybody was loyal. it is that way. you're all loyal. everybody thinks everybody is a cynic and a bum. total loyalty
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